Thy currish spirit Govern’d a wolf who, hang’d for human slaughter, Even from the gallows did his fell soul fleet, And, whilst thou lay’st in thy unhallow’d dam, Infus’d itself in thee; for thy desires Are wolfish, bloody, starv’d and ravenous.
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But Charlie Bucket never got what he wanted because the family couldn’t afford it, and as the cold weather went on and on, he became ravenously and desperately hungry.
Roald Dahl -- Charlie And The Chocolate Factory
But then the creature’s eyes are on me, bright and ravenous.